- The Venue 10 Pro 5056 has a decent amount of ports for a tablet, and Dell offers considerable expandability. On the left side, you’ll find the device’s headphone jack and mini HDMI, USB 3.0, and a USB Type-C port that supports DisplayPort 1.2 connections and USB 3.1 transfer speeds of up to 5 GBps. The Type-C port also doubles as the tablet’s power port. You’ll find the micro SIM tray and microSD reader (which supports up to 128GB of storage) under a flap on the right side
- IT departments will appreciate the Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 s strong security features. The tablet’s Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 and FIPS 120-2 Certified TPM encryption will help lock down sensitive corporate information, while Dell’s Client Command Suite tools allow for companies to customize installations. The tablet also includes Dell’s Data Protection and Encryption technologies, which allow administrators to remotely manage the device
- The Dell Venue 10 Pro is a capable tablet that enables productive multitasking, but its give you more brawn. Our test unit came armed with a 1.4-GHz Intel Atom Z8500 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB eMMC hard drive. The Venue 10 Pro 5056 2-megapixel front camera shot accurate but noisy selfies of me in our office
- The Dell Venue 10 Pro’s speakers barely filled a small-sized conference room with sound. The tablet poorly reproduced Jay Z and Kanye West’s “No Church in the Wild,” muffling the song’s bass and adding slight distortion to vocals and drum cymbals
With 7 days replacement , 1 month testing ,6 month service warranty.